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Hominy Pot Historical Marker

 

Location of sign - On NH Hwy 11 just east of the I-89 interchange. 

 

Photo taken June 2008

 

Cheshire County Courthouse Historic Marker, New Hampshire Cheshire County Courthouse Historic Marker

Photo courtesy of Jimmy Wayne

 

Text of sign:

 

Hominy Pot

 

In the vicinity of this marker, during the last quarter of the 18th century, were built the first homes and the original schoolhouses of 

New London.  Along this brook, developed by several men at different times, were a saw mill, a grist mill, a carding and 

cloth-dressing mill, a hat factory, a shingle mill, -- all powered by falling water. This industrial area has been variously called "Minot's 

Square," Harvey's Mills," Trussell's Mills," and most lastingly, "Hominy Pot."

 

This marker erected by the town of New London 

 

August 1874

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